OPPO Find X3 Screen To Support LTPO Like Apple and Samsung Phones

OPPO Find X3

High resolution, high refresh rate, full-link native 10bit, dual main camera… The recently leaked parameters make us look forward to OPPO’s upcoming new flagship Find X3 series. In addition, the battery life performance that heavy smartphone users are more concerned about may also be a highlight of the OPPO Find X3 series.

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This morning, we got news that the Find X3 series will support dynamic refresh rate. Later, several Weibo bloggers confirmed this and made it clear that the OPPO Find X3 will support an extremely advanced LTPO screen technology as well as a 5Hz-120Hz variable adaptive refresh rate.

OPPO Find X3

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LTPO stands for low-temperature polycrystalline oxide. It is a new backplane technology. It can achieve higher charge mobility, stability and scalability, and has the advantages of strong driving capability and low leakage. At present, the technology has been adopted by brands such as Apple and Samsung, and has achieved good results. As the first launch of this technology in China, we believe that the OPPO Find X3 screen can provide a better displaying performance and save power.

In addition, the OPPO Find X3 will also support 5Hz-120Hz refresh rate adjustment. That is to say, the system can reduce the screen refresh rate in most scenes that do not require high frames according to the user’s usage habits. This will allow the phone to save more power.

Also, the OPPO Find X3 series will come with a 3K 120Hz screen with native 10bit 1 billion color display. Due to these techs, the power consumption of the screen will be greatly reduced.

OPPO Find X3

Judging from this information, as OPPO’s upcoming new flagship, the Find X3 series not only will have an unimaginable audio and video performance but also great battery life.

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